Women Form ‘620km Human Chain’ For Equality in Kerala
The Kerala government is working hard to implement the Supreme Court ruling to allow women of all ages to enter the Sabarimala temple. As a part of this, the Sabarimala has never been in the forefront. Prohibited age women will be allowed to visit Swami in Sabarimala. However, pilgrims are trying to prevent some women from going to work. There is a climate of climate. The CPM-led LDF government organized a 620-km-long humanitarian man with millions of women, representing the gender equality in the process.
The official CPM announced that about 50 lakh women took part in this humanitarian initiative. In many areas, Christians and Muslims participated in large numbers. Meanwhile, the Universal Registration Association, which records spectacular acrobatics worldwide, has more than 35 lakh participants.
‘Woman Wall’, which opened in Kasaragad in northern Kerala, continued on the roads along the shore to ‘Velliyambalam’ in Trivandrum. In the evening, from 4 to 4.15 pm, the girls also participated in the event. Men and women who have solidarity with women have also taken humanitarian parallels. Health kekesailaja opened kasaragadlo manavaharaniki led Kerala, CPI-M politburo member vellayambalamlo last woman stood brndakarat. Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan also participated.